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  • Supplier Profile
    Yushin America, Inc. (YAI) is the leading supplier of automation for the plastics injection-molding industry in the Western Hemisphere.YAI combines Yushin Precision Equipment's world-class product...
  • Supplier Profile
    Star Automation design and construct equipments for the handling of injection moulded parts. We provide industrial robots such as sprue pickers, electropneumatic traverse unloaders, CNC traverse robot...
  • Supplier Profile
    ST Robotics aims to provide robots that are affordable, easy to set up and use and easily programmed by any individual regardless of experience. ST Robotics provide free and unlimited support...
  • News - 26 Jul 2023
    During automated material transfer between robot cell and automated guided vehicle, people must not stray into the danger zone unnoticed. An innovative solution by Leuze secures the transfer stations...
  • News - 30 Oct 2010
    Yushin Precision Equipment has developed the latest series of top-entry HSA and side-entry TSXA robots. These light-weight, high-speed and servo-powered robots will be showcased in Hall 12, Stand E51...
  • News - 18 May 2016
    Universal Robots has published a new infographic illustrating the rapid rise of collaborative robots – or cobots. In 2008 the Danish robot manufacturer sold the first industrial robot able to...
  • News - 21 Jul 2012
    Research and Markets has declared that Wintergreen Research’s new report titled "Snake Robots Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018" has been added to its...
  • News - 21 Jul 2016
    Verint® Systems Inc. today announced the availability of Verint Robotic Process Automation™, a set of advanced capabilities that uses software robots to automate, manage and execute high...
  • Equipment
    R19 is a low cost entry to bench top robotics, fast, accurate and reliable and easy to program. It is of the cylindrical format with four axes ideally suited to working in a plane around the robot....
  • News - 16 Oct 2020
    Using live animal models, engineers at Purdue University have demonstrated that a rectangular robot as minuscule as a few human hairs can move throughout a colon by performing back-flips. The...